Moog continue to bring their iconic modular synthesizers back to the market, the system 10 a particular favourite of ours was the first portable system offered by Moog, the build and sound quality of this stunning re-issue is the same as when it left the factory between 1971 and 1973.
The Moog Model 10, a true synthesis icon re-issued for 2019.
One of the very first portable “P” series modular systems offered by Moog between 1971 and 1973 with real 901 oscillators, designed primarily as a means to offer musicians a way of getting their Moog modular sound on the road.
Each modular system is build by specialists, by hand in Asheville North Carolina using the very same build techniques used back in the Williamsville days, using through hole NOS components where possible and silk screen PCB’s. Each module represents years of research and development to bring these iconic machines back to the market.
Housed in a vintage tolex cabinet each system comprises of a collection of some of Bob Moogs most iconic circuits, that deliver an experience unlike anything else you’ve ever heard.
The system includes the following modules:
1 x 901 Voltage Controlled Oscillator
1 x 901A Oscillator driver
2 x 901B Oscillators
1 x 902 Voltage Controlled Amplifier
1 x 903A Random Signal Generator
1 x 904A Voltage Controlled Low Pass Filter
1 x 907 Fixed Filter Bank
2 x 911 Envelope Generators
1 x CP11 Console Panel
For this run of Model 10’s Moog have commissioned a handful of units for sale, so availability is very limited and on a first come first served basis.
To find out more about Moog and their legacy modular collection, speak to our synthesizer specialist Tom Lewis.
The main features of the Moog Model 10 include
|Short Description||one of Moog's iconic Legacy Modular re-issue systems, housed in a portable tolex case with old school 901a oscillators, hand assembled using NOS components on silk screened PCB's.|
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|What We Think||Moog continue to bring their iconic modular synthesizers back to the market, the system 10 a particular favourite of ours was the first portable system offered by Moog, the build and sound quality of this stunning re-issue is the same as when it left the factory between 1971 and 1973.|